paramount[ par-uh-mount ]SEE DEFINITION OF paramount
EXAMPLES FROM THE WEB FOR PARAMOUNT
Steadily, imperceptibly, and surely, until it was paramount and supreme.
In fact, it is the paramount law from a Darwinian stand-point.
Woman's duty to society is paramount, she is the guardian of the Race-body and Race-soul.
At one time this would have been his paramount, almost sole anxiety.
As a strategist his qualities came to be recognized as paramount in that body.
Thoughts of possible danger to her husband, however, were paramount in her mind.
For when she was bathed in the white flames, her will is paramount!
The death awe had not been permitted to take a paramount place.
Naturally, being in love with the girl, her interests are paramount with you.
Life seemed to present to him two objects of paramount interest.